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As a kindergarten teacher, I love so many different aspects of my job: knowing that I am educating the future mathematicians, scientists, actors, politicians, and professors that will someday change the world is such a tremendous responsibility, and I love to watch each and every child begin to grow and develop into the adult they will eventually become, akin to the caterpillar blossoming into the Monarch. Trying to foster an environment where quality education can intersect with the freedom of developing individuality, I feel that devoting an appropriate amount of time to promoting creativity through art and music is crucial. I find it terribly disheartening that many educational systems are currently in the process of gradually shedding these vital classroom opportunities. While I understand the necessity for subjects like penmanship and mathematics, I have a passion for music, as well as freehand painting and drawing that coerces personal expression, which I try to instill in my classroom. Sometimes letting the “left-brain” take a break and giving the “right-brain” some breathing room is exactly what my students need in order to relax, recharge, and remind themselves that, yes, learning can indeed be fun! As a special treat at the end of a long week, one of the activities that I enjoy most is shutting off all of the lights in my classroom (via the actual breaker switches), and using duct tape, alpaca rugs, and cardboard to cover up all openings or windows which provide any sort of internal lighting I then place an industrial, galvanized 72”, 20,679 CFM mobile box fan at one end of the room and a 400,000 BTU, diesel forced air heater at the other. In an 800 sq. foot room, this can really create the feeling of internal conflict that is necessary when creating meaningful art. I complete the ambiance by plugging in a massive, 48” LED overhead strobe light from my days as a DJ in Tijuana at El Gato Loco, and forcing my students to fingerpaint while listening to Carnifex for exactly 45 minutes straight over the school’s PA system. At the 45-minute mark, I cut the music, and proceed to blast methane, ammonia, ice crystals, salt, sulfuric acid, and water vapor out of the box fan, LITERALLY creating a true-to-life, calming cumulonimbus cloud which hovers around the room for almost a full 3 minutes before gently raining down on my gracious classroom. It’s sort of a “casual Friday” reward for week’s worth of hard work. At first, some of the students seemed hesitant to just “let go” and have fun, but after I started locking the windows and doors, preventing their escape, the situation has improved. They can be so closed-minded! Teaching them the valuable life lesson that “you can’t always get what you want,” it seems that most of them have accepted that this is just how it’s going to be. When a young girl’s mixed media creation of finger-paint/Crayola/vomit on canvas was selected as the “Die Without Hope” album cover, I literally wept…overwhelmed with pride. Sometimes, it's the little things in life that have the most profound effect, and realizing that I had been responsible for impacting such a tender soul in such a meaningful way always brings a smile to my face as I’m sipping my gruel in the state penitentiary. My parole officer told me that some of the kids “will never be the same” after being in my class. To hear such wonderful news makes all those years spent getting my degree in special education seem so worthwhile. So to anyone reading this: NEVER give up hope (unless you’re about to die), and NEVER give up on your dreams. Always believe. YOU have the power to make an impact in the world, but keep daring…keep dreaming. Carnifex would want it that way. God bless.

Death death and more death!!!!!

Finally been waitng on a new album. Carnifex is insane!!!!

Amazing album

This album is incredible, love every song, if you ever liked them or if you are just into metal in general you should check this album out


Formed: 2005 in San Diego, CA

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

San Diego-based "deathcore" outfit Carnifex formed in Fallbrook, California in 2005 around the talents of Scott Lewis (vocals), Shawn Cameron (drums), Rick James (guitar), and Kevin Vargas (bass). After releasing a self-titled demo through Enclave Records, James and Vargas departed, and were replaced by bassist Steve McMahon and guitarist Travis Whiting, resulting in the 2006 EP Love Lies in Ashes. The band inked a deal with This City Is Burning Records in 2007 and released their full-length debut,...
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